Forever, Darling

Forever, Darling

Susan and Lorenzo have been married for over five years and they are starting to drift apart. So into her life comes an angel, which only Susan can see, to tell her that there will be trouble ahead if they do not work out their problems. Lorenzo is developing insecticide #383 at Finlay Vega Chemical Co. and plans to test it on a camping trip that he takes with Susan, but the trip becomes a an obstacle course for him.

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Forever, Darling torrent reviews

Lauren S (ca) wrote: All animal lovers need to watch this film. It is absolutely heartbreaking, but also very inspiring. We need to continue to fight the good fight in order to ban declawing in this country.

Lynn L (ca) wrote: if creativity needs a spark, this is it.

Jonny W (ag) wrote: While not a high budget film with any resemblance of known actors, You Should Meet My Son is a surprisingly upbeat and well written art house style movie with a few comedic twists thrown in for good measure.The actors have been well cast and seem comfortable in their roles which makes for quite a realistic and eye opening adventure into the gay world not only for the characters but everyone watching.

Mark S (au) wrote: Solid performance by Cate. thumbs up !

Zach Z (ca) wrote: It's easy to compare this as "Phonebooth, only with more people" but this did in fact come out a year before, and I liked it more.

Stephen M (ca) wrote: Hmm, this documentary is a bit of a mess. It feels like Nick Broomfield wanted to make an informative piece about the life and crimes of Aileen Wuornos and was forced to switch focus to the supporting players because the star wouldn't leave her dressing room for an interview. Sure, it's interesting enough watching these opportunistic vultures feathering their nests but this isn't the really the story we're looking for, is it? The film has also been weakened in places by the turn of events that followed. For example, the chilling description of an electric chair execution now seems redundant because, of course, Wuornos was executed by lethal injection. My favourite moment is when Broomfield and his crew finally go in to meet Wuornos and the prison guard asks him whether he has any secret cameras hidden in his belt. Broomfield's wry reply: "Er, no. I just have this rather large one, right here."

Jude L (de) wrote: Good gothic story with a ok cast and score not the best film in the series but a must see for any budding blood sucker fan .

a (gb) wrote: Can I call this "Psycho Noir"? Or is it just trash... A film in black and white that has gotten a lot of inspiration from film noirs, but taken the murder and intrigue over the top. A pure aesthetic movie. It was beautiful, interesting and it made me sick to the stomach.

Laura N (br) wrote: Horrible 80s B zombie movie. However, if you watch the MST3K version it is crazy hilarious. Tia Carrere at the beginning of her career and Adam West at what everyone probably assumed was the end of his. Not the best that MST3K has every done, but pretty good considering what they had to work with.

visitorQ S (br) wrote: Verdammt, Philip Baker Hall liefert in diesem Film eine wirklich beeindruckende schauspielerische Leistung ab. Das alleine war auch der Grund mir diesen Film bis zum Ende anzusehen. Ansonsten hat sich dieser von Robert Altman gedrehte Film seeehr gezogen (wie der ein oder andere Altman Film) und mich nur selten begeistern knnen. Vielleicht muss man aber auch Amerikaner sein um mit diesem Film etwas anfangen zu knnen, ich wei das nicht so genau. 2,5/5

Orlok W (de) wrote: A Summit of Outlawry--Decent B Western!!

Gil S (jp) wrote: Who would've known 2 unknown english blokes in 05 could make a zombie film better than most of the subgenre's directors with a touch of dark comedy and payin homage to the great G.A.Romero at the same time. Saw this in the theater. Its 1 of my classics!